In this March 29, 2016 photo, villagers gather by coffins holding the remains of their loved ones slain more than two decades ago by Shining Path guerrillas, before burying them in Ccano, a village in the Huanta area of Ayachcuo department, Peru. While some Peruvians remember Alberto Fujimori as the man who ordered the army to drive a tank to shut down Congress in 1992, reorganized the country’s judiciary and sparked a constitutional crisis as a new constitution was drafted, those in rural areas like Ccano remember him beating back the Maoist-inspired rebel group that slaughtered their parents and children during a brutal armed conflict. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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